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PENNY. The name of an English coin of the value of one-twelfth part of a shilling. While the United States were colonies, each adopted a monetary system composed of pounds, shillings, and pence. The penny varied in value in the different colonies.

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Hogget prices have decreased slightly over the past few days and most Northern Ireland processors are paying between 155 and 160 pence a kilo half weight for top grades.
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The Directors have declared a first interim dividend of 15 pence per ordinary share (1995 interim dividend of 9.